Michael Clark Company (UK, London) Professional Class
This is a class, Closes: December 22, 2015
Michael Clark Company is offering dancers an opportunity to experience a professional level class and gain a basic introduction to some of the technical aspects required by Clark's choreography.
The class includes elements of company rep, in particular choreography from recent productions. This class is aimed at young professional dancers or those in training with strong classical and/or contemporary technique. The class is led by long term company dancer Melissa Hetherington.
These classes run at Danceworks in London until December 22nd and cost £8, class starts at 10am and lasts for 90 minutes.
Melissa was born in London and started her professional training as a Junior Associate at The Royal Ballet School. After graduating from The London Studio Centre in 2000 she worked with Sheron Wray's JazzXchange Music and Dance Company.
Melissa joined Michael Clark Company in 2001 working with him exclusively, performing in all of the company's works. Melissa performed with Mikhail Baryshnikov in Michael Clark's Rattle Your Jewellery, and has worked alongside Michael on projects including Alexander McQueen's fashion shows and with photographers Nick Knight, David Bailey, Miles Aldridge and Will Davidson.
This information was published on Wednesday, 11 November, 2015
Den Danske Scenekunstskole (Copenhagen, Denmark) Teachers Required
This is a jobs, Closes: October 19, 2015
The Dance and Choreography education at Den Danske Scenekunstskole København - The Danish National School of Performing Arts Copenhagen is hiring two teachers in the field of dance technique, improvisation and somatic practices.
The teachers will be employed within the competence area of Bodily movement and Expression and mostly teach at the education for Contemporary Dance and Choreography, but teaching at other educations (eg. acting) can also be included.
The positions, which are in close collaboration with the Head of Education, focuses specifically on the development of the skills and competences of the students within one or several of the following areas:
• Contemporary dance technique
• Somatic practices
The applicant is not expected to cover all three areas and shall in the application state in which areas the applicant has expertise.
The School is in the process of developing a bachelor and master structure over the next three-five years.
This information was published on Monday, 5 October, 2015
RDC Youth (Birmingham, UK) Commission
This is a opportunity, Closes: October 16, 2015
RDC Youth is seeking four professional dance artists to lead Master Classes during RDC Youth's weekly Saturday sessions, 15:15 - 18:15. One dance artist will then be commissioned to create new work for RDC Youth during January/February 2016.
Master Class series and Choreographic Commission are part of ENHANCE 15/16. ENHANCE is RDC Youth's new Youth Dance initiative. RDC Youth is a professional youth contemporary dance company dedicated to the training of young dancers and the distribution of high quality original dance. As part of that core mission, RDC Youth creates initiatives that provide training and opportunities for young dancers, develops aspiring choreographers, supports young people as leaders and develops new audiences.
RDC Youth strives to raise the standard of youth dance in the Midlands and challenge the perception of youth dance and youth dancers by creating new work to a high standard which is thought provoking and skilfully created.
Within the West Midlands, RDC Youth will create an ever-expanding dance ecology that supports artistic excellence. RDC Youth is committed to developing the artistic potential of youth dancers whilst increasing audiences for the art form.
Master Class artists will be selected by RDC Youth members from open selection, and Master Classes will take place during weekends in November/December 2015.
ENHANCE is supported by the Arts Council of England lottery funded Grants for the Arts scheme.
Guidelines for Master Classes
• Total 3 hours contact time
• Fee of £300 includes preparation and travel expenses
• Dates: Saturday 21st & 28th November
Saturday 5th & 12th December
• Time: 15:15 - 18:15
Guidelines for Commission
• Commissioned work to be between 20-25 minutes in length
• Chosen choreographer MUST be available for set creation period January 2016. Further rehearsal dates may be required
• The commissioning fee of £1,500 includes travel expenses, accommodation and all preparation time/creation/rehearsal time
• Dates: Saturday 16th, 23rd & 30th January, Saturday 6th & 13th February
You must be available for all dates each day runs from 15:15 - 18:15
How to Apply:
Email Producer Damian Kerlin on firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application form.
This information was published on Sunday, 27 September, 2015
Tanzplattform Bern (Bern, Switzerland) Call for Submissions
This is a opportunity, Closes: December 15, 2015
Tanzplattform Bern is an International Festival founded by Estefania Miranda and aiming for promoting young choreographers. It will give the opportunity to exchange artistic ideas, to present works and to be awarded the BERNER TANZPREISE awards.
Both the Jury Award and the Audience Award do result in a commission for Tanzcompagnie Konzert Theater Bern, to be realized in season 2016-17.
Deadline for application: Dec 15, 2015 (postmark)
Terms & Conditions can be downloaded at http://www.konzerttheaterbern.ch/tanz/tanzplattform-bern
Contact details: email@example.com
This information was published on Wednesday, 16 September, 2015
Brighton Dance Network (UK, Brighton) Workshop
This is a workshop, Closes: November 14, 2015
24 hours is a new Brighton Dance Network initiative which provides an opportunity for local dancers to work with choreographers over a period of two months. Together they will research and develop a proposed idea and work toward a public sharing at the end of that period.
Our first guest choreographer is Jason Keenan- Smith
Inspired by the 24-hour time frame Jason seeks to challenge participants to embody and witness their own stories as they unravel in front of them. Participants will get the opportunity to participate in these dynamic and playful sessions, whilst exploring the choreographic possibilities of the own embodied narratives. A public presentation of work-in-progress will take place on the 21st September as part of Brighton Dance Network Scratch event.
The lab will take place on 8 consecutive Mondays and two Saturdays, making a total of 24 Hours:
Mondays 21 Sep - 16 Nov 7:15 - 9:15 pm
Saturdays 11 Oct and 14 Nov 12 - 3 pm
(Participants will get reduces rates for our weekly professional classes)
To find out more, and to book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Trained at London Contemporary Dance School Jason is a Brighton based dance artist has worked with companies such as The Featherstonehaughs, Protein Dance, Union Dance, Walker Dance Park Music and Siobhan Davies Dance (Bank Project). As an evolving choreographer Jason is interested in embodied narration. He has created work with The Gate theatre, The Place (Resolution/Touchwood), Getty Images and The Young Vic. An established teacher, Jason has taught nationally and internationally and enjoys a teaching practice that spans a range of ages and abilities.
This information was published on Monday, 31 August, 2015
National Dance Company Wales (UK, Cardiff) Professional Residency
This is a opportunity, Closes: November 2, 2015
National Dance Company Wales is delighted to offer a Wales-based independent artist the opportunity of a week long residency at our home in Cardiff from 2 to 6 November 2015. The Residency is open to professional dance artists and choreographers and will offer the unique opportunity to work for up to 8 hours a day for one week in one of our beautiful space and well-equipped studios at the Dance House.
A choreographer may bring up to 4 dancers to work with during this period.
Residencies under this programme are not required to involve production outcomes and can be for the development of a new work; to develop some aspect or idea within the resident's practice; or to undertake choreographic research.
Our week long residency will give you:
-free use of studio space
-the opportunity to discuss and share the development of your work
-the chance to engage with the Dance House and NDCWales for advice and support. (e.g public relations, budget advice...)
For more information and to apply, please visit,
This information was published on Monday, 31 August, 2015
Tavaziva Dance (UK, London) Professional Class
This is a class, Closes: September 4, 2015
Tavaziva runs class for professional dancers and dance students. Bawren Tavaziva teaches his unique synthesis of ballet, contemporary and African dance which is highly energetic, intricate and physically challenging.
Guest ballet teachers lead class on Tuesdays, and Thursday classes
are led by Company dancers.
Studio open at 10am for warm up.
Latecomers will not be admitted.
17 August-4 September* at Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance,
Robert Cohan Studio, Clifton Lodge, St. Margaret's Drive, Twickenham, TW1 1QN
* No class on Monday 31 August
7-11 September at Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham, N15 4RX
Cost is £7 per class
For more information and a booking form please email email@example.com
This information was published on Wednesday, 26 August, 2015
Neon Dance (UK, Swindon) Summer Intensive
This is a workshop, Closes: August 24, 2015
Adrienne Hart is the Artistic Director Neon Dance. Adrienne will deliver contemporary technique each morning. Expect a fast-pace, technically demanding class influenced by elements of Release, Cunningham and Flying Low. Exercises warm and challenge the body, leading to longer movement phases reminiscent of Adrienne's own movement language with Neon Dance.
Neon Dance Summer Intensive
24th - 25th August 2015
Time: 10am - 4.30pm
Venue: Swindon Dance
A two-day intensive designed to offer participants an insight into Neon Dance's approach to dance and dance making. Aimed at both professional dancers and dancers in full-time training.
10 - 11.30am Contemporary Technique with Adrienne Hart
11.45 - 1.00pm Kalaripayattu with Devaraj Thimmaiah
1.30 - 2pm Lunchtime lecture
2 - 4.30pm Rep and Creative with Aoi Nakamura
Guest artist Devaraj Thimmaiah will deliver Kalaripayattu. Often called "Kalari" for short, this movement language is similar to dancing in its beauty and athleticism, incorporating the fighting actions of animals and moving in graceful, circular motion between kicks and flying jumps.
Neon company member Aoi Nakamura will lead the afternoon rep and creative session each day. Aoi originally trained at Leipzig Opera ballet school and graduated from the State Ballet School Berlin. Aoi currently performs with Jasmin Vardimon and makes her own performance work alongside working with Neon Dance. Aoi will be teaching rep from Neon's new work 'Empathy' whilst offering participants an insight into Neon Dance's approach to dance and dance making.
Optional lunchtime lectures will offer participates further insight into Neon's collaborative practice. Book Online via Swindon Dance http://www.swindondance.org.uk/events
This information was published on Wednesday, 12 August, 2015
Joli Vyann (UK, London) Professional Workshop
This is a workshop, Closes: August 31, 2015
We are pleased to announce that we are finally able to hold a professional dancer 2 day intensive! There are only 16-18 places so you will need to book early.
These two days will be physical, creative and exciting! Joli Vyann specialise in integrating contemporary dance with acrobatics, contact and partner work. Each day will consist of company class, one hour of contemporary dance and one hour of acrobatics. Do not worry if you do not have experience in acrobatics.
Joli Vyann can adapt the class for different levels from beginners to professionals. All they ask is a keen interest to learn! The day will incorporate choreographed dance material, learning partner acrobatics and dance partner work, integrating the two genres of dance and acrobatics, and creative tasks.
Bring food, knee pads and some tighter clothing for the acrobatics (floaty tops can be tricky). Have a look at the website below or facebook page to see Joli Vyann's work
Date: 31st August - 1st September
Location: the Lyric Hammersmith, London, Rehearsal space one
Times: 10am-6pm both days
Cost: £60. Due to space hire we ask that you book your place and pay by 5pm on the 23rd August. To book please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest and we will forward instructions for payment.
This information was published on Wednesday, 12 August, 2015
The Place (London,UK) Professional Development
This is a workshop, Closes: October 10, 2015
Creative Learning CPD workshops for dance artists and teachers The Place's professional development days for teachers and dance artists working in education provides inspiring, practical workshop sessions with resources based on the curriculum for specific Key Stages.
Workshops coming up this October:
CPD | CREATIVE LEARNING DANCE: PLANET EARTH (KEY STAGES 1 & 2)
Sat 3 Oct, 10am - 4pm
The Place, 17 Duke's Road, London. WC1H 9PY.
More info / book www.theplace.org.uk/creative-learning-dance-1
Join Jo Rhodes and Peter Laycock for this practical workshop day packed with ideas for creative dance sessions to inspire your pupils. We'll be exploring rivers and seas, volcanoes and earthquakes, and weather and climate.The cost of the workshop includes resources and light refreshments. Participants may bring their own lunch, or purchase food from The Place Café.
CPD | CREATIVE LEARNING DANCE: CHOREOGRAPHIC CONNECTIONS (KEY STAGES 3-5)
Sat 10 Oct, 10am - 4pm
The Place, 17 Duke's Road, London. WC1H 9PY.
More info / book www.theplace.org.uk/creative-learning-dance-0
Join Marie Forbes and Jo Rhodes for this practical day of exploring ways of movement making through connecting different choreographic tools and approaches to creativity. The cost of the workshop includes resources and refreshments. Participants may bring their own lunch, or purchase food from The Place Café.
£65 - Early bird, single event (before midnight on Mon 14 Sep)
£75 - Standard, single event
Save £20 if you book for both workshops together.
£110 - Early bird double event discount (booked in the same transaction before midnight on Mon 14 Sep)
£130 - Standard double event discount (booked in the same transaction)
This information was published on Friday, 7 August, 2015
2Faced Dance Company (UK, Hereford) The Bench
This is a opportunity, Closes: August 7, 2015
The first of its kind in the UK, The BENCH is a three year programme that has been developed in direct response to serious concerns about the lack of equality currently faced by female choreographers within the contemporary dance sector.
Annually, The BENCH offers female choreographers working within the UK Arts sector an opportunity to participate in a 9 month programme of training, discussion, debate and mentoring, all within a bespoke and creative framework. In year 1 of The BENCH we will select 5 women to participate in the programme.
Featuring a series of intensive workshops and talks for all successful applicants alongside an individual mentoring programme and a chance to be commissioned to create a work on 2Faced Dance Company, The BENCH, will offer participants a complete package of both practical and theoretical advice, training and guidance.
The BENCH will prepare participants for an ever changing arts landscape, giving them the confidence and ability to stop sitting on the side-lines, get their talent and artistic voice heard and develop a strong network of future choreographers.
The BENCH programme includes:
• 2 x 3 day practical and lecture based intensives. At these sessions you will get to work directly with a range of leading choreographers, industry experts and business leaders.
Friday 16 October - Sunday 18 October 2015
Friday 27 November - Sunday 29 November 2015
• A mentor will be assigned to you when you start The BENCH. You will get up to 5 contact days with your mentor throughout the programme.
• Access to rehearsal space at 2Faced Dance Company's base in Hereford (within specified times between October 2015 and May 2016).
• Access to professional dancers from 2Faced Dance Company to try out your ideas (within specified times between October 2015 and May 2016).
• A bursary of £800.00 to cover any travel and accommodation needed.
• Opportunities to network, discuss and debate with other artists, producers and venues.
• Opportunity to be part of a ground breaking initiative that will change the arts sector for the better.
A further opportunity for one BENCH Fellow to be commissioned to create a new work on 2Faced Dance Company touring autumn 2016 as part of a triple
To find out more detail about the programme, the time-frame and what sort of women we are looking to work with in Year 1 please download The BENCH Application Pack below and then fill in the online application form HERE
This information was published on Tuesday, 4 August, 2015
Tavaziva Dance Company (UK, London) Professional Class
This is a class, Closes: September 11, 2015
Tavaziva runs class for professional dancers and dance students. Bawren Tavaziva teaches his unique synthesis of ballet, contemporary and African dance which is highly energetic, intricate and physically challenging. Guest ballet teachers (Raymond Chai, Hubert Essakow, Liz Alpe, Charlotte Broom, Pippa Duke, Denzil Bailey) lead class on Tuesdays, and Thursday classes are led by Tavaziva artists.
Classes will take place from Monday - Friday: Starting from Tuesday 21st July until 11th September at 10.30 - 12.00pm, the studio will be open from 10am to warm up. Latecomers will not be admitted.
Classes will take place in two studios on the following dates: 20 July - 4 September : Paddington Arts, 32 Woodfield Road, London, W9 2BE 7 -11 September: Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham, N15 4RX. Each class will cost £7 per class.
Places are limited, so booking in advance is essential. Please email email@example.com for a booking form.
This information was published on Thursday, 23 July, 2015
Ceyda Tanc Dance (UK, Brighton)
This is a workshop, Closes: August 5, 2015
Ceyda Tanc Dance are offering intensive workshops in technique and repertory for professional and advanced level dancers. Experience the company's unique style combining contemporary and Turkish folk dance.
Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th August 2015
Session 1 Advanced: 9am - 1pm
Session 2 Professional: 1:30pm - 5:30pm
£50 for 2 sessions
Open Space Studios, Brighton
Limited to 12 spaces per session, bookings will be taken on a first come first served basis. To register email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This information was published on Wednesday, 22 July, 2015
The National Rural Touring Forum (UK)
This is a opportunity, Closes: September 11, 2015
The National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF) has joined forces with The Place, Take Art and China Plate to launch a new 3 year initiative for touring to and making dance for rural areas, funded by Arts Council England through their Strategic Touring programme.
We are seeking artists to take part in this project.
There are opportunities to tour existing shows to rural locations, and we are offering one production award of up to £45,000 to make a new show for rural touring.
If you are interested in these opportunities please read all the guidelines fully, including the FAQs. We look forward to hearing from you!
To apply, fill in the application form, which you can access HERE by 10am on Friday 11 September.
This is the first of two call-outs for this project. For this call out we will prioritise artists who have little or no experience of rural touring. There will be a second call-out in July 2016, when we will also be seeking artists with some existing experience of rural touring.
Artists will be selected by a panel made up by representatives from NRTF, The Place, Take Art and China Plate. Artists will be informed of the decision by Friday 2 October.
If you have any questions email us (email@example.com) or call 020 7121 1040.
This information was published on Thursday, 16 July, 2015
Adam Rutherford (Germany, Berlin) Professional Workshop
This is a workshop, Closes: July 31, 2015
As part of a creative residency in Berlin, Birmingham's acclaimed choreographer Adam Rutherford (Rutherford Dance Company) will be delivering a three day intensive workshop at Dock 11 & Eden studios for dance practitioners within the region.
Sessions will include a fast paced and dynamic contemporary technique class which will challenge stamina with innovative phrases and exercises. Rutherford will also offer insight into his working practice and teach rep from his 2015 Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Funded projects Never Going Home Again and What Sexuality Is Love?
Both projects form part of Rutherford's wider investigation into Global Equality.
These workshops are aimed at dancers in vocational training and professionals. The workshop language is English.
Place: DOCK 11, Kastanienallee 79, 10435 Berlin, Saal 3
Dates: Monday 10th August until Wednesday 12th August 2015, 11:30 - 15:30 h
Registration / Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
This information was published on Monday, 22 June, 2015
Autin Dance Theatre (UK, Birmingham) Professional Class
This is a class, Closes: July 8, 2015
As part of their rehearsals for 'Pathos' and with the support of Birmingham Dance Network, Autin Dance Theatre will be opening professional morning classes at mac birmingham and DanceXchange for dance practitioners within the region.
The classes are FREE of charge and will be led by Johnny Autin as well as Autin DT's dance artists and collaborators. The classes will include a variety of styles and genres, start each morning at 10am and run till 11.30am.
Classes are available between Monday 22 & Wednesday 24 June, on Friday 26 June and on Tuesday 7 & Wednesday 8 July 2015.
There are a limited number of places available for each class, please contact email@example.com to book your place.
This information was published on Sunday, 21 June, 2015
Slanjayvah Danza (UK, Leeds) Professional Workshop
This is a workshop, Closes: June 21, 2015
We are excited to offer a week intensive with choreographers Jenni Wren and Susana Aguilar - in Leeds, UK. The opportunity is available for professional dancers, recent graduates and dance students entering their 3rd year of training in September.
Throughout the week participants will explore themes behind the company's unique new project "6 Feet, 3 Shoes", involving a combination of Contemporary, Scottish folk and Spanish flamenco dance.
Utilising an amalgamation of the traditional and contemporary styles, the residency will incorporate company class, creative work and choreography. Participants can expect to learn new skills at the same time as being challenged creatively to explore ideas using elements of percussive rhythm, counting, footwork, storytelling, folk songs and chants.
The residency will run Monday - Friday 10-5pm on 13th - 17th July in Leeds. Dancers are asked to commit to the entire week.
The cost of the residency week is £175 inclusive of light refreshments. Early bird discount rate of £150 if booked by 30th May. The deadline for registration is 21 June 2015. NB - places are limited and advance booking is essential. Full payment is required when booking a place.
To book your place, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This information was published on Friday, 19 June, 2015
Kerry Nicholls (UK, London) Mentoring Programme
This is a workshop, Closes: June 26, 2015
Now in its second year, the successful KND Performance Mentoring Programme 2015 is open for applications. Devised and delivered by KND to boost professional dancers mid-career, we are offering rigorous technical training and thought-provoking workshops from expert guest artists, all underpinned by a tailor-made, individual mentoring scheme.
At a critical point in a dancer's career, typically unsupported by an educational institution, KND will prepare a small, select group of dancers for an ever-changing and varied job landscape, within a four-month programme.
This begins with a two-week studio-intensive encompassing classical and contemporary technique, choreography, voice, yoga, audition techniques, CV/show reel advice, network opportunities and professional development seminars, all delivered by sought-after teachers and artists, including Kerry herself.
Continuing on from the studio-intensive, Kerry will regularly mentor each participant on a one-to-one basis for a further three months. This is devised to encourage and confront current practice within a person-centered structure, supporting new thinking and artistic development.
Applicants should have graduated at least 4 years ago with a strong classical or contemporary background, possess a high technical ability and an enthusiasm for expanding their skill set.
(held at English National Ballet studios, London)
MON 27 - FRI 31 JULY 2015
MON 03 - FRI 07 AUGUST 2015
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER 2015
Full four-month programme cost:
To be considered, please send your CV, including a current headshot, along with a cover letter of no more than 300 words outlining what you hope to gain from the programme.
Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed in early July.
Applications should be sent to: email@example.com. Closing deadline for applications:
6PM FRI 26 JUNE 2015
This information was published on Thursday, 11 June, 2015
International Summer Lab (Germany, Frankfurt) Workshop
This is a workshop, Closes: July 1, 2015
TOGETHER FOREVER presents dance companies and choreographers from China, Brazil, the USA, and Europe. With outstanding pieces on stage, projects in the public realm and in workshops, they explore the relationship between choreographic practice and political/social contexts from multiple perspectives. TOGETHER FOREVER challenges artists, visitors and the theatre to re-discover themselves.
With the International Summer Lab for the fourth time Tanzlabor 21 is preparing a laboratory conceived as a forum to facilitate communication between artistic practice and the theoretical reflection of contemporary art forms.
The Summer Lab focuses on contemporary dance and its proven potential to initiate inter- and transdisciplinary collaborations at the crossroads of dance and performance.
27 August - 5 September 2015
Interdisciplinary workshops for international students and artists:
Workshop I: Body-Memory-Reconstruction
Wen Hui (CN), Zou Xueping (CN) & Li Xinmin (CN)
Workshop II: Being Together
Lia Rodrigues (BR) & Silvia Soter (BR)
Workshop III: Acoustic Images. What I Hear is Not What I See.
Antonia Baehr (DE) & Valérie Castan (FR)
Workshop IV: Drawnonward
Jeremy Wade (US/DE) & Juli Reinartz (DE/SE)
The workshops are intended for international artists and students. The workshop language is English. Participation fee: € 490,- / € 250,- for students (current certificate of study required). Application deadline: 1 July 2015
Further information and application form: www.tanzlabor21.de
This information was published on Tuesday, 9 June, 2015
Ravnedans (Norway) professional Classes and Workshops
This is a workshop, Closes: July 26, 2015
Ravnedans is South-Norways first festival of contemporary dance. The festival started the summer of 2010, and continued every summer. The festival is a growing meeting point for dance artists in the north, and a place to be inspired and meet other dance artists. We want to contribute to increase contemporary dance in the south region.
Date: 16th - 25th of July. Where: Kristiansand/ Norway
Join Ravnedans for 10 days of performances, seminars and workshops. The festival is running for the 6th time and are located in a beautiful summertown with outdoors and indoors events.
Teachers: Iaki Azpillage // Ultima Vez (ES/BE), Sam Coren // Hofesh Shechter (UK), Marianne Kjærsund// Bodygroove (NO), Martin Slaatto // Transporteringsdans (NO), Janne Camilla Lyster (NO), Taneli Torma (FI), Oona Doherty (UK), Dario Tortorelli (NL), Marie Bergbye Handeland (NO), The Line (NO), Kenneth Flak & Külli Roosna (NO/EST), Kristin Helgebostad (NO).
A full festival ticket will cost approximately £260 please check the event website for other ticket deals and their pricing.
This information was published on Tuesday, 9 June, 2015
Gary Clarke (UK) Professional Class
This is a class, Closes: June 12, 2015
As part of a creative residency at Yorkshire Dance, Leeds acclaimed choreographer Gary Clarke will be opening professional morning class for dance practitioners within the region.
The classes are FREE of charge and will be led by Gary Clarke as well as members of Gary Clarke Company. The class will include a variety of styles and genres throughout the residency and will last for approximately 1 hour.
Classes available between Monday 8 June and Friday 12 June
Classes start each morning at 10am and run till 11am.
There are a limited number of places available for each class, please book through the Yorkshire Dance website, here.
Please Note: These are professional level classes and it is advised that individuals should be undertaking or have graduated dance training at degree level.
This information was published on Sunday, 7 June, 2015
Candoco Dance Company (UK, London) Professional Class
This is a class, Closes: June 12, 2015
Candoco Dance Company will be offering professional class at Greenwich Dance In London for the week of 8th June.
Delivered by Candoco company dancers, classes will be based on their experiences with recent choreographers Thomas Hauert and Hetain Patel. Dancers will draw on Hauert's improvisational tasks used in making Notturnino and vocal explorations proposed during the making of Let's Talk About Dis by Hetain Patel.
Class is open to disabled and non-disabled dancers and operates on a first come, first served basis. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Classes run from 10.30am to 12pm starting on 8th June until 12th June 2015 and cost £4.20 per class or £35 for a 10-Class Dance Card.
This information was published on Thursday, 4 June, 2015
Chantry Dance Company (UK, Grantham) Professional Class
This is a class, Closes: July 3, 2015
Chantry Dance Company are holding open company class for professional dancers and dance students in full-time vocational training at Dance Pointe studios in Grantham, East Midlands. Classes run from Tuesday June 23rd - Friday July 3rd. Each day focuses on the following styles:
Monday - contemporary ballet
Tuesday - contemporary
Wednesday - classical Greek
Thursday - contemporary ballet
Friday - classical ballet
Generally classes are 10.00am - 11.30am but please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm times and ensure spaces are available. A donation of £4 for class is kindly requested, but with no pressure to donate if your finances do not permit it.
This information was published on Thursday, 4 June, 2015
JASSPA (UK, London) Contemporary Teacher
This is a jobs, Closes: June 12, 2015
A new contemporary dance teacher is required at JASSPA, SE22, for September 2015. The post involves taking 3 or 4 classes between 9am and 1pm on term-time Saturdays. In the autumn term classes are technique based; from the spring term the focus is on choreographing showpieces for summer shows that take place in our on-site purpose built theatre.
The style of dance does not need to be strictly contemporary; a certain openness and crossover of various styles are welcome, but a strong combination of basic technique and creativity is essential.
Successful applicants will have 3 years professional dance training or teacher training and experience of taking weekly classes/education. Jasspa is seeking a contemporary dance teacher who wants to make a real impact and commitment with this permanent position in an established performing arts school. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to teach on either 13th or 20th June.
How to apply: Application details can be found at http://www.jasspa.org.uk/?cat=16
Closing date: Midday, Friday 12th June. Applications to Jasspa's Administrator: Emma Wilkins at email@example.com
This information was published on Tuesday, 2 June, 2015
Freefall Dance (UK, Falmouth) Summer Intensive
This is a workshop, Closes: August 1, 2015
Join Freefall for 2 days of vigorous physical training of the highest quality. Designed to inspire and challenge aspiring dancers (16+) through to practicing professionals, this package of classes taught by experienced specialists in their field in state of the art dance studios.
The workshop will take place at AMATA, Falmouth University on the 1st and 2nd of August 2015.
Aimed at performers, practitioners, independent and emerging dance artists, the intermediate and advanced level classes aim to refresh on-going physical, and creative training in a supported atmosphere.
The intensive takes place at the purpose built dance studios near the stunningly beautiful Cornish coastal town of Falmouth. The event is an artist led initiative developed and co-produced by Freefall Dance, Falmouth University and supported by Hall for Cornwall.
KJ Mortimer (Akram Khan, Yael Flexer, James Wilton)
Luke Birch (H2 Dance, Yael Flexer)
Tom Jackson-Greaves (Matthew Bourne, Kneehigh)
Charlotte Eatock (Henry Oguike, Richard Alston)
Sophie Colthurst (Freefall Dance)
Sally Knight (Cscape Dance)
Early Bird Ticket: Book before Friday 5th June and get your ticket for only £80. Standard Ticket: £90
For more details and to book please visit: www.freefalldance.co.uk
This information was published on Wednesday, 27 May, 2015